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Spring Speaker Series May Events

Northeast Wilderness Trust’s Spring Speaker Series continues into May with two presentations on wildlife by Susan Morse of Keeping Track, and a talk by Rich Holschuh on deepening relationship with the land through place-based perspective and story-telling. Our talks are themed around our 20th Anniversary motto: We Are One of Many.

Learn more about the Wilderness Trust’s 20th Anniversary here. Watch recordings of past Speaker Series events on the Northeast Wilderness Trust YouTube channel.

Talking in Circles, Speaking Another Language

Join Rich Holschuh of the Atowi Project for a place-based perspective on listening to the layers of stories embedded in the land.

Black bear in fall wetland

Bear With Us

Discover the fascinating lives of our black bear neighbors with Susan Morse of Keeping Track. We’ll cover track and sign, how to reduce bear/human conflict, and even get a glimpse at some of Sue’s time with grizzly and polar bears. Co-hosted with Mad River Valley Bear Initiative.

Susan Morse in the Arctic with fur hood

Wild Animals We Thought We Knew

Join Susan Morse of Keeping Track to learn fascinating new discoveries about wildlife we thought we knew all about…but are only beginning to understand. Co-hosted with Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center.

Missed an event you were excited about?

All Spring Speaker Series talks are recorded and available on Northeast Wilderness Trust’s YouTube Channel.

In addition, you can watch some of the events from the 2021 Spring Speaker Series here.